Kids Bjj Gi
- Light weight pearl weave
- One piece jacket with no back seam
- EVA foam collar
- Heavy reinforced seams
- Screen Printing & Woven logos
Features – Bottom:
- Made from cotton ripstop
- Stretchy rope drawstring
- Extra belt loops
- Heavy reinforced seams
For Customize Label and Design
- We offer customize label and design. Minimum order quantity should be at least 50 pieces
- 10 To 15 Days (For Small Orders)
- For Bulk Quantity kindly send inquiry for detail.
- Quick Response within 6 hours
- Sample Available
- Low MOQ
- Private Label & Package Design
- Quality Guarantee
- Door to door shipment
Kids Bjj Gi Tops constructed from 100% cotton pearl weave pre shrunk fabric.
Pants constructed from 100% cotton 10 Oz ripstop preshrunk fabric.
This is our best seller student suit, is reinforce with double stitching throughout
jacket and pants. Collar and lapel of kids bjj gi are made from a tight weave quick dry material.
All types of direct embroidery, patch work and labeling is available as per your requirements.
What are the requirements for gi in BJJ competitions?
There are some specific requirements for BJJ gi measurements that are to be used at tournaments. These include the following.
- The athlete’s gi top should be able to reach their thigh.
- Their sleeves should be no more than 5cm away from their wrist when the arm in question is extended in a straight parallel direction to the ground below.
- The BJJ gi pants worn by the athlete should end no further than 5cm from their ankle bone.
The three colors that can be worn to competitions are: white, royal blue, and black. For the historians among you, white is the traditional color of BJJ gis, it is said to represent purity and truth.
How to maintain your BJJ gi?
There isn’t a whole lot that needs to be considered when it comes to BJJ gi maintenance that wouldn’t seem like common sense.
Firstly, you want to make sure that when you have finished training and come home that you take out your gi immediately from your gym bag and prepare it for washing (no one likes a smelling partner!).
Secondly, be careful not to wash your BJJ gi in very hot water! That is unless you want it to shrink and lose color. The ideal is to use cool water to clean your BJJ gi and then leave it to dry in the appropriate place so it is ready for your next training session.
Lastly, be sure to get more than one BJJ gi, this will mean that you will not have to rely on the one you cleaned being dry on time and it means that each BJJ gi will actually last significantly longer as they’re being used less often. It’s a win-win!
What do I wear under my BJJ gi?
There are a few options when it comes to what you can wear underneath your BJJ gi. The majority of regular BJJ practitioners will wear rashguards underneath their gi.
However, it isn’t necessarily a problem if you wear a T-shirt. The issue surrounding wearing T-shirts instead of compressed shirts only rises to the surface when we consider no gi bjj, this as the name suggests, is when a gi is not worn at all. The reason why this can become problematic is because T-shirts can easily “catch” onto your training partners limbs in movement